Ship Name Size in Gross Tons* Entered Service** Class***
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MSC Preziosa 139,400 2013 Fantasia
MSC Divina 139,400 2012 Fantasia
MSC Magnifica 92,,409 2010 Musica
MSC Splendida 137,936 2009 Fantasia
MSC Fantasia 137,936 2008 Fantasia
MSC Poesia 92,409 2008 Musica
MSC Orchestra 92,409 2007 Musica
MSC Musica 92,409 2006 Musica
MSC Sinfonia 58,625 2005 Lirica
MSC Armonia 58,625 2004 Lirica
MSC Opera 59,058 2004 Lirica
MSC Lirica 59,058 2003 Lirica
* Gross Tonnage is a measure of the ship's revenue producing volume. Over 100,000 gross tons is a very big ship.
** The date indicates the date the ship entered service. The ship may have been renamed and/or refurbished
subsequent to that date. The dates indicated here are the dates the ship entered service for MSC. MSC Armonia
((European Vision) and MSC Sinfonia (European Stars) were built for Festival Cruises in 2001 and 2002
respectively. MSC Medley entered service for the Home Line in 1982 as The Atlantic.
*** Class relates to the design of the ship with the name of the class usually being taken from the first ship built from
that design. If one ship is listed as being in the same class as another, it indicates that those ships were built from the
same design. If no class is listed, the ship is the only ship of that design in the line's fleet.
Cruise Line Fleet Guide - MSC Cruises